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Vietnamese Lime Chicken Wings

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Vietnamese Lime Chicken Wings

Ingredients

  • 1/2 cup chicken bouillon powder (weird I know, but it works)
  • 1/2 cup Vietnamese chili sauce (Sriracha works too)
  • 1/2 cup honey
  • 1/2 cup cooking oil

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Russell’s Juicy Snap! Sausages

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Russell’s Juicy Snap! Sausages

Ever wonder how the restaurants and food trucks got sausages to be juicy on the inside and then...SNAP when you bite into them?  Well we have the answer for you right here.  We propose a toast to no more dry sausages!

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What You Really Pay For Food

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What You Really Pay For Food

Let’s assume the food in the grocery store is the same as the food here at Tara Firma. You pay $10 for lb of steak at the store. You pay another $800 in taxes through the farm bill…it is a subsidy you pay. These taxes pay for the following:

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Helping People Understand What Real Food Is

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Helping People Understand What Real Food Is

Join us on this mission!

Every Saturday and Sunday we lead farm tours at noon. Tours are an important part of our mission to help educate the public on what REAL food is and the difference a farm like ours offers in terms of health, the environment and community. We try to reconnect people with where real food comes from while offering interesting facts and stories about the farm and our animals.

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Slow cooked Chipotle Beef Brisket

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Slow cooked Chipotle Beef Brisket

When it rains it pours, and on the farm, that means mud and more mud. The grass is happy, though waterlogged, and that makes the animals and us happy, though wet. I am more and more convinced these days that the slow cooker is the perfect winter cooking vehicle. As we are out with the animals, repairing our dam in the rain and mud, and getting soaked to the bone, our dinner is cooking away ready and hot. To me, that is one of the simple pleasures: Being out in the elements, knowing that there is a stew or something waiting that by the end of the day will be satisfying and full of flavor.

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